Sam Leahey is a Personal Trainer working primarily with athletes in the greater Philadelphia area. His clientele is based mostly out of Horsham Athletic Club and Fitlife Athletic Club. Prior strength and conditioning employments include Springfield College and American International College and before that working at Equinox Fitness Club as a Tier 3 personal trainer. In earlier years he sought tutelage from some of the most credible, successful, and high quality coaches, trainers, and physical therapists in the United States. Through these diverse mentorships as well as his own real world applications, Sam possesses the unique ability to combine his backgrounds in academics, athletics, and extended mentorships to create highly effective programs for optimal health and performance to athletes and clients of all backgrounds, ages, and abilities.
Sam took on his first client in 2004 at a typical Gold’s Gym in Cranston Rhode Island and has sinced worked with a wide demographic both through internships and his own employments. These demographics range from general fitness clients to high school, collegiate, minor league/semi-pro, professional, and Olympic level athletes. Furthermore these demographics were spread over both collegiate and high school settings as well as private training facilities and commercial gyms around the country. He has been a guest author on Eric Cressey, Michael Boyle, Bret Contreras, Patrick Ward, Mark Young, and Robbie Bourke’s websites as well as being published by www.T-Nation.com, www.StrengthCoach.com, and Personal Trainer Development Center. Currently he publishes a free newsletter HERE. Sam is willingly and with vigor, undergoing the process of putting in more and more time that will one day achieve an extraordinary level of excellence rooted in science and best practices. Above all, his most notable quality that shines through to his clients and fellow colleagues is simply – passion!
While prepared in a variety of bodies of knowledge, Sam particularly specializes in applied exercise science under the guides of biomechanics, physiology, and psychology as they relate to program design and manual therapy for athletic performance enhancement as well as remedial exercise. Feel free to contact Sam at email@example.com.
You can contact Sam at Sam@SamLeahey.com SamLeahey.com